We have implemented a concurrent copying garbage collector that uses replicating garbage collection. In our design, the client can continuously access the heap during garbage collection. No low-level synchronization between the client and the garbage collector is required on individual object operations. The garbage collector replicates live heap objects and periodically synchronizes with the client to obtain the clientâs current root set and mutation log. An experimental implementation using... Topics: garbage collection, replication, mutator
Clients can potentially have access to more thanone communication network nowadays due to the availabilityof a wide variety of access technologies. On the other hand,service replication has become a trivial approach in overlaynetworks to provide a high availability of data and better QoS.In this paper, we consider such a multi-homed client seekinga replicated service in overlay network (e.g., CDN, peer-topeer).Our aim is to improve the content distribution byproposing a new model for being... Topics: content distribution, service replication, multihoming.
- Create an Open-E DSS V7 NAS volume - Create a Snapshot volume - Enable the Data Replication Agent - Create the NAS Share Setup the R-Sync on the Linux host - Setup the Data Replication Task - Run the Task and verify the data was replicated to the Linux host http:www.open-e.com Topics: Open-E, DSS, DSS V7, DSS-V7, Linux, Data-Replication, replication, NAS Share, NAS volume
Two distinguishable monomer pairs, with specific H-bonds between alcohol and ketone groups, were identified in the replicative-form of poly(ribulose-1,5-diphosphate). This provides a mechanism for generating the complementary sequence of the binary sequence of a surface-bound template. Since ribulose-5-phosphate cyclization produces ribose-5-phosphate in the RNA scaffold, polypentose replication is an apparent antecedent of RNA replication. Topics: pre-RNA replication, H-bonded pentose-pairs, aperiodic binary sequences
This hypothesis research work shows that the induction and the remanent phenomena of the magnetic properties govern the mechanism of the processes of DNA replication and the shortening of the telomere. The solenoid–like formation of each parental DNA strand, which exists at the initial stage of the replication process, enables an electric charge transformation through the strand to produce a magnetic field. The magnetic field, in turn, induces the surrounding medium to form a new (replicated)... Topics: DNA Replication, Magnetic Properties, Residual Magnetization, Shortening of the Telomere
National Media Services - For over 34 years, National Media Services has led the industry in helping business owners, independent musicians, filmmakers and countless others take their project from conception to reality. We offer a complete range of services from recording to mastering, CD and DVD duplication to printing and packaging k all under one roof! Topics: cd duplication and packaging, bulk cd replication, dvd printing services
- Verifying the Auto Failover is stable and functioning - How to apply the Small Update to allow for the added Tasks - Restart the Auto Failover service from the Secondary - Apply the Small Update to the Primary and Failover to the Secondary - Adding the tasks to the Auto Failoverhttp://www.open-e.com Topics: Open-E, Auto Failover, Volume, Replication Task, Small Update
Step-by-Step Guide to Synchronous Volume Replication (Block Based) with Failover over a LAN Supported by Open-E ® DSS™http://www.open-e.com Topics: Open-E, DSS Synchronous, Volume, Replication, Block Based, Failover, LAN
H. Fraenkel-Conrat ( Ed.) Molecular Basis of Virology ( American Chemical Society Monograph ) Reinhold Book Corporation 1968 Acrobat 7 Pdf 39.5 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option Topics: RNA Viruses, Bacteriophages, DNA Viruses, DNA Phages, Viral Replication
Psychology, Transhumanism, and Human-Machine Integration; an observation on the future. Created and uploaded by Gerard Arthus and released into the Public Domain under the Creative Commons License Non-Attribute. Topics: garthus, garthus1, transhumanism, cryonics, immortality, biology, self-replication
Data grid has been developed to provide a scalable infrastructure for managing and storing data files and support data intensive applications. However, managing the huge and widely distributed data has raised some issues such as data consistency, data availability and communication costs. To address the issues, one of the commonly used techniques is data replication which can provide high availability and increase the performance of the system. Many replica control protocols have been proposed... Topics: Data Grid, data replication, data availability, communication cost.
- Volume Replication Setup- Installation von Tuning Small Updates - Performance Check mit NUTTCP Small Update - Tunen des 10GbE Interface mit SYSCTL Small Update - Tunen des Volume Replication Setups http://www.open-e.com Topics: Open-E, Volume Replication, Ethernet, Small Update, storage software, NUTTCP, SYSCTL
Step-by-Step Guide to Asynchronous Data (File) Replication (File Based) over a WAN Supported by Open-E ® DSS™http://www.open-e.com Topics: Open-E, DSS, DSS V6, Asynchronous, Data, Replication, File, File Based, WAN
byNational Aeronautics and Space Administration and the American Society for Engineering Education; Robert A. Freitas, Jr. and William P. Gilbreath (editors)
Robert A. Freitas, Jr. and William P. Gilbreath (editors), Advanced Automation for Space Missions: Proceedings of the 1980 NASA/ASEE Summer Study sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the American Society for Engineering Education held at the University of Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California, June 23-August 29, 1980. http://ntrs.nasa.gov/search.jsp?R=19830007077 http://hdl.handle.net/2060/19830007077 http://dx.doi.org/2060/19830007077... Topics: self-replication, NASA, ASEE, robots, Artificial Intelligence, space colonization, study,...
Step-by-Step Guide to Asynchronous Data (File) Replication (File Based) over a LAN Supported by Open-E ® DSS V6http:/www.open-e.com Topics: Open-E, DSS, DSS V6, Asynchronous, Data, Replication, File Based, LAN, guide
Step-by-Step Guide to Asynchronous Data (File) Replication (File Based) within a System Supported by Open-E® DSS V6http:/www.open-e.com Topics: Open-E, DSS, DSS V6, Asynchronous, Data, File, Replication, File Based
- Setup your NAS Logical Volume - Setup the Data Replication Agent for the assigned NAS Share - Configure DeltaCopy on the MS Server - Run the DeltaCopy to replicate the Data to the Open-E DSS V7 NAS Share - Verify the data on the NAS Share http://www.open-e.com Topics: Open-E, DSS, DSS V7, DSS-V7, Data Replication, NAS share, NAS, Deltacopy, replicate Data
- Disconnect all initiators connected to the VIP's- Stop the Open-E DSS V6 Auto Failover from the Primary / Active server - Update both Open-E DSS V6 servers to the latest build - Upgrade both Open-E DSS V6 servers to the latest Open-E DSS V7 build - Setup the volumes for Source and Destination - Enter the Host Binding and re-create your Volume Replication tasks - Configure the Open-E DSS V7 Auto Failover service http:/www.open-e.com Topics: Open-E, DSS, DSS V7, DSS-V7, re-create, volume, Replication task, Auto Failover Service
Borowski, Hunter, and Johnson (2001) found that an antecedent strategy such as white noise could decrease sleep awakenings for infants in the natural home environment. This study attempts to replicate the findings using an ABAB reversal design. A five month and one week old child, who had difficulty with waking an average of four times per night, was placed on a white noise program. This program consisted of the parents placing a FamilyCare air purifier and ionizer next to the infants crib and... Topics: ERIC Archive, Behavior Modification, Infants, Sleep, Replication (Evaluation), Acoustics, Cautilli,...
Step-by-Step Guide to Synchronous Volume Replication (Block Based) with Failover over a LAN (with unicast) Supported by Open-E® DSS™http://www.open-e.com Topics: Open-E, DSS, Synchronous, Volume, Replication, Block Based, LAN, unicast, Failover
Step-by-Step Guide to Asynchronous Data (File) Replication (File Based) over a WAN Supported by Open-E ® DSS™http://www.open-e.com Topics: Open-E, DSS, DSS V6, Asynchronous, Data, Replication, File Based, WAN, guide
A Step-by-Step Guide to Synchronous Volume Replication (Block Based) over a LAN with Open-E® DSS V6http://www.open-e.com Topics: Open-E, DSS, DSS V6, Synchronous, Volume, Replication, Block Based, LAN, guide
An organizing principle is proposed for the emergence of life from elementary molecules on the early Earth. It is based on the evolution of a multi-reaction system, with a shared reactant, toward the autocatalytic reaction that maximally damps the physicochemical forces driving evolution. Pathway invariants and other evidence suggest a series of interlinked and increasingly complex replication cycles evolved from the spontaneously autocatalytic formose cycle. The first protocells, covered by a... Topics: physicochemical forces, autocatalysis, pathway invariants, pre-RNA replication, PTP sheets,...
Multiple regression is commonly used in social and behavioral data analysis. In multiple regression contexts, researchers are very often interested in determining the "best" predictors in the analysis. This focus may stem from a need to identify those predictors that are supportive of theory. Alternatively, the researcher may simply be interested in explaining the most variability in the dependent variable with the fewest possible predictors, perhaps as part of a cost analysis. Two... Topics: ERIC Archive, Multiple Regression Analysis, Predictor Variables, Regression (Statistics),...
Step-by-Step Guide to Synchronous Volume Replication (Block Based) with Failover over a LAN Supported by Open-E ® DSS™http://www.open-e.com Topics: Open-E, DSS, Synchronous, Volume, Replication, Block Based, failover, LAN, guide